Psychodrama Elements in Psychosis Treatment by Shamans of Sri Lanka
The Buddhist ideal of feeling at home in all the quarters of the Cosmos is seldom fully realized in the everyday in Sri Lanka. Whenver the sinister powers have grown too strong and the situation of an individual, his family, or even of a village community gets too disturbing, a treatment by specialists is required.
KeywordsPsychotic Experience Therapeutic Format Modern Western Medicine Theistic Religion Psychosis Treatment
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